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overbudget and 10 years late? >> i used to call it the poltergist bridge. it had thattorra. that -- that ora. >> we will go,and find out what went wrong for the process and learn from our mistakes. >> reporter: recently it was the onagain, off again opening and the broken bolts that is after the back and forth about the material and the design. >> reporter: the metro politan transportation commission took over from cal trans in 2005. >> what is old construction you can have it fast or cheap but not both ways. >> reporter: in this case we got neither. >> the bay bridge was a test. in some cases we failed that test. >> and there are more tests in the works for the governmental aeupblss, high speed rail, tens of billions dollars over budget. boaring tunnels to bring water to southern california. >> the big institutions of the state. there are a lot of great people working there. they are not responsive to the project. we need to change that. >> what we saw was the real thing live. we did not hide very much we let people in on our decisions. they are all in agreement that the new span of the
for my wife and son and worried what my daughter has been through. it's now healing time. keep us in your praye " > >> some believe the pressure is off bart and the unions to come to an agreement but both sides say they are still pushing to get it done by tomorrow night. kpix 5's don knapp is in oakland where they have been negotiating behind closed doors all day. >> reporter: that's right. they just left for dinner a while ago. we saw them returning to the building with their bags. they are going to continue to eat upstairs but we talked with tom hock chief negotiator for bart a while ago. he said they are making some progress. he said it depends who you're talking to how much progress. but they are talking. governor brown in an effort to defuse tensions keep the system running and avoid a strike costly to just about everyone in the bay area has said he will go to court sunday morning and seek an order to impose a 60-day cooling-off period if there's no agreement before then. that will keep the trains running but some fear it will take away the pressure to settle. >> we wish that the gov
. >> that room is vail for monday and tuesday from 8:30 to 5:00. >> and stay with us for the very latest on the negotiations and we will continue to cover the strike, if it takes places the best thing to do is be prepared. log on to www.sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com for your survival guide and we have a list of commute alternatives. >>> this is explosion at a deep power plant did not go as planned. 5 spectators were injured when shrapnel was sent flying. one man was rushed to the hospital when police say one of the man's leg was amputated >> he looked down and the leg was cut pretty bad. a lot of people said the foot was missing. shortly after the explosion, a piece of 4-x6 shrapnel came across and hit a young lady and me in the knee as well. four other people were treated at the sight for minor injuries. >>> a divided u.s. supreme court says california must release nearly 10,000 prisoners for overcrowded prisoners by the end of the year. in a ruling, the high court refused to grant the state reprises, and the case has stirred fear among the public that thousands of criminals will be walking
a train. they did tell us last night after they broke up there was movement on both sides. one negotiator going as far as saying she saw movement and she was optimistic about the talks but there is still no specifics. not many specifics. nobody is talking to us about the specifics, we are getting a good feeling that something good is happening. >> that is good to hear. as you said we have not heard from negotiators since they said at one time team 30 they would not have -- 1:30 they would not have an update. have you heard anything? >> reporter: they said they would keep talk figure anything is going on. they would keep talking, that is what we are hearing from b .a.r.t. as long as they stay inside we get the sense they will keep talking. >> all right, don, thank you. >>> get ready for more scenes, though, like this one. traffic backed up and stacked up around the bay area. last month the b.a.r.t strike hit during the week of the 4th of july. traffic was relatively light. tomorrow, it will be a different story. we focus ada i lot on the impact on the east bay. but, kpix got reaction from
to step up and get in there and bang heads and say, let's give us a solution. who'll be the adult in the room? >> reporter: in san francisco, kpix5. if the deal is snot struck tonight tomahawk says his team will take a break to reassess his position, he did not specify how long the break would be. >>> a body has been found at the national park where researchers are looking for a missing hiker. the body was found 1,000 feet above the lake. an id has not yet been made. but the ever search for the hiker is called off. >> crews were searching for 65- year-old johnnie jean daniel. she is an experienced hiker. she was reported missing. >>> the california girl who has been missing for a week will soon be reunited with her family. marle hall has raebgsz from the teenager's grandparents. >> reporter: ralph and sara have not spoke tone their granddaughter daughter yet but for now they have all of the information they need. >> she is coming home and we just can't wait. >> reporter: the 6-day ordeal came to an end on saturday night in idaho when fbi agents rescued anderson and shot and kil
and seeing this landmark that i've grown up with for so long going down, it just kind of got me. >> the us geological service will go through the data later in the week. >> did they get the kind of data they were hoping to? >> they don't know yet because the sensors are recorded. >> you heard that seismologist say he felt it in his feet. they're optimistic. >> all right. thank you. >>> crowds gather ared toered to watch the best of the louis vuitton race. italy's luna rosa got out of the race. >> in oakland, a shiet shooting happened today. >> what happened, don >> reporter: it happened a about eight minutes after 4:00. apparently somebody left the person in the car. some other people came by, kicked in the window, and grabbed a purse. >> the boyfriend of the woman who ran after the purse, they ran after them. the guys got the purse back. at some point, the guy who took the purse came back and started firing. four people shot, one person critical, three in stable. >> a woman who saw this is nina joiner. let's see if we can talk to her now. >> you could hear a succession of rapid firing. >>
- in the skies over the napa valley. k-p-i-x 5's don ford shows us how >>> japanese technology is meeting california wine making in the skies over the napa valley. how remote control aircraft could make agriculture more efficient. >> reporter: it is small but this remote controlled helicopter could have more for the vineyards. >> this is new. >> uc dave sis capping the helicopter as a cheaper more precise spray vehicle for vineyards. spraying only water for now but it could be used to apply pesticides. the chopper is so precise it can treat a single row of vines at a time. and the professor says there are other advantages over the crop dusters too,. >> not a personal board. and, that gives you the ability to go in to smaller areas, fly slower, than a man aircraft so the precision is greater. >> you still need a pilot and steve is it. >> i am a pilot. >> reporter: it may look like something from a hobby shop but -- >> it is not a toy. you know, this weighs 141 pounds dry. before you add any of the payload, that is about 61 pounds to it. so you are talking about a 200 pound aircraft. >> t
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